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Wisner Recognized with CSP Lifesaving Award

Published Nov. 07, 2018

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At an Oct. 23 ceremony at the State Police Training Academy in Meriden, Trooper First Class Scott Wisner was among the State Police troopers and others who received awards for service.

The Connecticut State Police honors troopers who demonstrate exceptional service in the line of duty. The ceremony also honors men and women serving in local and federal law enforcement agencies, those serving as first responders, and civilians.

The Lifesaving Award is presented to those who save a human life or make a valiant attempt to save a life. On March 12, Wisner responded to a Killingworth residence for a female suffering from a heart attack. He found the woman unresponsive to stimuli, not breathing and without a pulse.

Wisner immediately began CPR and continued until emergency medical services arrived with a defibrillator. The defibrillator administered shocks to the woman until a heartbeat was re-established. She was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The immediate medical response of Wisner saved the life of the woman. He earned the Medal for Lifesaving.

All award winners received medals and certificates from Commissioner Dora B. Schriro and State Police Colonel George F. Battle. Governor Dannel Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman also attended and addressed the recipients.

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